Thursday - March 24, 2016 - 7:00pm
The Repository will wind up its 200th Anniversary celebration on March 24 with a major event at the Palace Theatre.
The concert will showcase 18 top local musical acts. Performing at the 7 p.m. show will be:
- Marti Jones & Don Dixon
- Elec Simon
- Dan and Nate Monea of Hey Monea
- Ryan Humbert
- Matt Corey
- Karri Fedor of Kerosene
- Cody J. Martin
- Yankee Bravo
- Jake Friel and Fuad Farrah of The Brighter Side Band
- Roslyn Pratt
- Eric Brooke
- Corey King of Ohio Weather Band
- Jeff Poulos
- Scott Paris
- Lauren Mascitti
- Evan Rutledge and Adam Murphy of White Buffalo Woman
- Willis Gordon & Zac Adams
- Jay Spencer
Each act will perform one song and there will be a finale uniting all artists. Humbert, producer of the concert, will emcee.
“The Repository kicked off their 200th celebrations with a concert by country music legend Kenny Rogers and they couldn’t think of a better way to close their celebrations than with a concert by talented, local music legends,” said Jim Porter, Gatehouse Ohio president and publisher.
“All of the artists in this line-up have been featured through The Repository and our entertainment guide, Ticket, and we appreciate their enthusiastic interest in supporting us for this closing Bicentennial Celebration concert.”
Tickets are $15 for general admission, and $20 for VIP (only 100 available), which includes reserved seating and a pre-show reception in the Palace upper lobby with wine and appetizers.